If you haven’t finished your Halloween costume yet, there’s still a little bit of time to add some finishing touches!
Our team at Rod Gleave, DMD wants add a suggestion to your design plan. If this year’s costume includes a mask to hide your unsightly smile flaws, then throw it aside!
Veneers from Dr. Gleave in Salt Lake City, UT can be the mask for your smile flaws this Halloween, and many more spooky holidays to come! That’s why we’re devoting today’s blog to veneers and all the ways they can hide the imperfections in your smile that have had you hiding behind a mask for so long.
Veneers Mask Stubborn Teeth Stains
Teeth whitening is such an easy, effective way to enhance your smile. That’s why it’s one of the most requested cosmetic treatments in the country. But professional teeth whitening isn’t enough for every stain or discoloration.
Some teeth stains are too dark and too stubborn for most teeth whitening treatments. If your teeth look dingy because of coffee or tobacco stains, this might be effective. But for darkened, discolored teeth that’ve been affected by infection, decay, disease, injuries, or health conditions, you need something more powerful.
That’s where veneers can make all the difference. The porcelain shells are made to look just like natural tooth enamel but with a sparkling white glow your teeth have lost. This is one of the most obvious benefits of dental veneers. They’re like instant, permanent teeth whitening as soon as they’re placed on your teeth!
Veneers Mask Crooked & Misaligned Teeth
Another advantage veneers have is that they’re like instant orthodontics for your smile! Instead of undergoing a couple of years wearing braces, you can get veneers to hide crooked or misaligned teeth.
Veneers are delicately thin and made to simulate the look of natural, healthy tooth enamel. When you get veneers, Dr. Gleave will carefully file down your enamel so that the thin veneer will perfectly fit your tooth and align with your gums and other teeth evenly. Another reason your enamel is filed beforehand is to give the veneer a better surface to tightly bond to the tooth for added security, durability, and longevity.
Once these very thin shells are bonded to your teeth, Dr. Gleave will artfully sculpt and polished your veneers to beautiful, straight, and balanced perfection!
Veneers Mask Damaged Teeth
Veneers don’t stop at whitening your teeth or straightening your smile. They also mask damaged teeth!
Dental veneers are often thrown into the cosmetic category of dentistry. That’s because they make your smile look amazing. But they also can serve a restorative purpose. They are designed to look just like natural teeth. They’re sculpted by Dr. Gleave to give you a flawless, beautiful smile.
But these wafer-thin veneers also happen to be incredibly strong. That allows your damaged teeth to be not only covered, but protected against any further damage to those teeth for years into the future.
What kind of damage are we talking about? Here are just a few of the ways your teeth can show injury or normal wear and tear:
-Infected or Diseased Teeth
-Large Gaps Between Teeth
Veneers can mask all of those signs of damage. But consequently, they also shield them from worsening over the years so that small chips and cracks don’t turn into huge holes later on and leave you vulnerable to more infection, more decay, or further injury.
Mask Your Smile Flaws With Veneers!
With Halloween just a couple of weeks away, it’s time to add finishing touches to your costume. But this year, you can toss aside the mask you planned to wear and get veneers at Rod Gleave, DMD!
With dental veneers, you have a permanent mask for those unsightly smile flaws that make you feel embarrassed about showing your teeth. You don’t have to spend another Halloween party hiding in the corner or under a character mask! Show your smile off this fall, and many fall celebrations to come!